Tuesday, 9 November 2010

IT JUST HAPPENED ONE EVENING





On Sunday evening. The winter. Radio was on and I was painting, the next moment I watched outdoors in the darkness, everything was white. It just happened. With its colors and light. Tastes and pinches on cheeks. Waiting for a new snow storm to arrive. The wind is already here, scratching the corners. Better to hurry to the post office.

Scents of green tea with apple, cardamom and coriander, happy Tuesday, so glad to have you here!

22 comments:

  1. snowfall is simply enchanting. such beautiful pictures.

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  2. Lucky you! Such pretty scenes you captured.

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  3. I love how snow fall happens like that. It secretly creeps in and blankets everything. I wish it wasn't so cold though.

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  4. Beautiful! Snow is so magical, it never ceases to amaze me. I hope it snows in my village again this winter :) wrap up warm! xx

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  5. it started to snow already?! wow! I love the first snow fall, before everyone steps mucks it up with their footprints.

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  6. So beautiful. I can feel the crispness of the air just by looking at your photos.

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  7. happy winter! looks like you're the lucky first!

    i just finished reading moominvalley midwinter, and been craving snow drifts. we never (rarely rarely) get it like that in england.

    can you ice skate on the sea yet?

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  8. snow under the sunshine is the most magical thing! i hope you're staying warm : )

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  9. Beautiful photos, there is nothing so evocative than a wood covered with the first snows of winter

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  11. Your post brings to mind a poem my father likes. I like it too. Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening by Robert Frost. http://www.poetryfoundation.org/archive/poem.html?id=171621

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  12. Oh Anna. This is just too beautiful. These brought a startlingly calm moment to my morning, made me gasp--thank you.

    I hope you are staying warm--looking out at snow from inside a cozy home is one of the sweetest things in the world.

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  13. oh, how beautiful! enjoy the snow :)

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  14. Stunning. Cold, heartfelt lonely snow! I cannot wait to jump on that airplane tomorrow and head into Euro Winter. Farewell Australian warmth, I won't miss you this year. Im in search for snow. I hope to find a stream with snow just like you Anna.

    Jo x

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  15. Beautiful pictures. They really capture the snow magic. :)

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  16. your tea seems divine and I love the snow .... silence.
    Hand knitted long socks and a long cardigan in which to snuggle for you;)

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  17. such beautiful photos and just as beautiful, your writing...

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  18. oh so lovely, thanks for sharing Anna, enjoy the snow and keep your self warm : )

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  19. gorgeous and I completely agree how wonderful it is how snow so suddenly arrives. it really brings out the child in me! and inspires me like crazy. wonderful blog, I'm so glad to have stumbled across it.

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